7/23/2008

Harpers Ferry Houses


Got this quilt top together of Houses using some of the Windham Harper's Ferry fabrics. It looks rather blendy in a photo, doesn't it...the pink gingham chimneys especially disappear...although it's cute as can be in person.

14 comments:

Screen Door said...

I have a thing for house blocks... great job...

Diane said...

Pretty fabric and adorable quilt. I need to go shopping for some nice fabric!

Marcie said...

I love it! Nice SIMPLE blocks inside the houses. I could handle this one! Colors and textures are lovely!

buttonsagain said...

karen....love the houses....the fabrics are excellent.....what is the one on the front face of the house?.....love the texture of that and the sashing and cornerstone fabrics......and holymoly the coverlet corner is really crazy-amazing.....can't wait to see what you come up with next.....see you soon...bb

Anne Ida said...

What a pretty little quilt! It's wonderful! Job well done!

Lily Boot said...

I really love the blocks on the side of the houses - what a lovely pattern! I'm sure the fabrics do look lovely in real life - I love the soft, vintage look. Really lovely work!

Thimbleanna said...

Wow! What a cute little quilt!

Libby said...

Looks fantastic . . . that fabric for the front side looks like a brick chimney - you clever girl *s*

Karen said...

A house quilt. That's right up my alley! Good job. I like your fabric choices on this one.

Wendy said...

Cute little house quilt. I love the blocks in the houses.

Mary said...

It is rather blendy in the photo - don't you HATE when a photo doesn't show how cute a quilt actually is? I've had so many that just don't photograph well so I know this one is just gorgeous....after all, it's a house quilt, what could be better?

ROZ said...

that's a cute quilt, and looks like a lot of really careful work, it came out so neat

Vicky said...

What an adorable quilt! I think it looks perfect in the photo! Great job!

Marilyn R said...

Love the quilt! It is so frustrating when the camera doesn't do a quilt justice!